Jan Musson (left) presents the Steven H. Musson Emergency Services Scholarship to Jacob Manley (right) of Le Mars.
(Le Mars) — Jacob Manley has been awarded the 2020 Steven H. Musson Memorial Emergency Services Education Scholarship. The Musson family established the Steven H. Musson Emergency Services Education Endowment in 2003 to recognize and honor Steve for his passion for emergency care. This year, the committee was able to award a $600 scholarship.
Jacob is a certified EMT and is a member of the area Le Mars Ambulance Services. He is currently working shifts with Le Mars Ambulance and would like to further his career in EMS by attending the Sioux Falls School of EMS to become a paramedic. Jacob stated in his application, “I have found a great passion for helping people in my community through the ambulance services. My personal goals in delivering emergency care are always to provide the absolute best care no matter the situation.”
The Steven H. Musson Memorial Emergency Services Education Scholarship application outline is available annually through Floyd Valley Healthcare in Le Mars, IA. Scholarship funds may be used for either the fall or spring semester to cover direct expenses related to pursuing an education in emergency care including tuition, book, transportation costs, etc. All applicants must reside in Plymouth County and actively engage in or pursue emergency care in Plymouth County. This can include persons interested in paramedic, first responder, or emergency medical technician (EMT) training.
For more information about the Steven H. Musson Memorial Emergency Services Education Scholarship or to make a tax-deductible donation to the Steven H. Musson Memorial Emergency Education Endowment, please contact Amy Harnack, Foundation Manager, Floyd Valley Healthcare at (712)546-3348.